Turning Archive 2006

Subject:
Last question for at least a week. *PIC*

Rick Davenport
>I turned this piece of mystery burl today.
It was very dry.
I knew there were some soft spots in the pith but I was mistaken.
The pith was mainly mushy and moldy.
Dry mold.
The white stuff you see on the inside is mold.
As soon as I discovered this, I broke out my dust bee gone to go with my dust collector, safety glasses and face mask.
How should I finish it?
I'm thinking spray lacquer, but should I kill the mold first or just seal it in with the lacquer?

This piece has been an adventure.
But I think it should look pretty cool when I'm done.

Thanks for putting up with my constant questions.

Rick

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